Schengen Agreement

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Schengen Agreement

n (Pol) → Schengener Abkommen nt
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Schengen zone covers most of the EU countries, excluding the United Kingdom and Ireland.Member states include Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Italy, France and Greece.
The initiator is invited to provide visa-free regime also to all citizens who have a visa to the Schengen zone, Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom and at least once visited them.
Pjecinovic Buric spoke about Croatia's preparations for accession to the Schengen zone and the euro area and preparations for Croatia's presidency of the EU in the first half of 2020 and Croatia's OECD membership bid as priorities in 2019.
Summary: Brussels [Belgium], Nov 19 (ANI): Germany has banned the entry of the 18 Saudi Arabian nationals linked with the murder of former Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Europe's border-free Schengen zone, an area comprising 26 nations which have abolished the use of passports and other border-control measures.
According to Schengen Visa Info, a website that follows and reports on policy changes on Schengen Zone countries in the European Union, the German embassy in Oman saw requests for 9,420 visa applications in 2017.
The permit will remain valid for three years, but the traveler will have to enter the Schengen Zone through the first country he mentioned in the ETIAS application, with a maximum stay of 90 days allowed in the zone.
Basically, the documents say that without a deal, British citizens risk being treated the same as those from outside the EU in the borderless Schengen zone.
The Netherlands and France hinder Bulgaria's entry into the Schengen zone, Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva said in an interview with the Russian newspaper Izvestia, quoted by the Bulgarian National Radio.
Georgian citizens holding biometric passports can travel to the EU's Schengen Zone for a period of 90 days within any 180-day period for purposes other than working.
OLIVIA CUTHBERT A new system will store biometric information on non-EU visitors to the Schengen Zone. (Reuters) LONDON: Visitors from Arab countries traveling to the EU will be among those subject to new border regulations amid heightened security concerns in Europe.
He called for a wider passport-free Schengen zone, a beefed-up banking union and a European Defence Union.